The Seagate case may erode the privilege in patent lawsuits — or it may just turn a 24-year-old legal standard on its head.
Acquiring intellectual property, rather than creating it from scratch, is helping many companies to jump-start research and development.
To combat unwanted electronic messages, the United States could do much better than the CAN-SPAM Act, say observers.
A recent shareholders' lawsuit was based substantially on press reports; ''I haven't seen anything like this,'' says one securities-law expert.
A new breed of flash drive allows you to safely access your corporate network and all its applications. Could your company say good-bye to laptops?
The Supreme Court will soon rule in a case in which a key test of originality may be overturned.
A third of organizations responding to a recent survey said business partners had caused a security incident in the past year.
"I know you're out there, I can hear you clicking." A new device helps keep your audience engaged.
When troubled hard drives go bad, computer users can come unraveled, too.
Hardware and software makers offer fast, fast, fast relief from lengthy computer start-up times.